Henry Ford Museum Quilt Exhibit

THF display shows how woman lived

By Jasmine Boney, Press & Guide Newspapers

PUBLISHED: March 19, 2008

DEARBORN – The Henry Ford Museum is hosting “Quilting Genius 2: The Improvisational Quilts of Susana Hunter” now through April 27.

Quilting Genius 2 showcases the creativeness and resourcefulness of the late Susana Hunter, who lived in Wilcox County, Ala.

Hunter was born in 1912 and lived through the some of the most controversial decades in American history. She died in 2005, leaving behind a legacy of hard work, love and a wonderful life.

Please read about this exhibit and Susana Hunter at Press and Guide.

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One thought on “Henry Ford Museum Quilt Exhibit

  1. this is when I wished I was still living in Michigan!I would love to see this exhibit was disappointed there were no pictures with the article I just read.we were members of the Musuem while we lived there a great museum in mho. LOved walking around and in all the buildings of greenfield village as well.Kathie


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